What to make of the political autobiographies and what they say about the Hunting Act 2004 which banned fox hunting and other bloodsports?
Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote in A Journey that he didn’t ‘feel’ the issue. (305) May be that was why the Labour government had to be dragged kicking and screaming to ban bloodsports. Continue reading
Priority Ventures Group is a rarity among Web sites on animal protection and related issues. This is because it specialises in strategy and marketing with more 20 years experience in vegetarian and humane endeavours. Take a look at its Success Stories to learn … Continue reading
While in office Labour has had a good track record. As well as the hunting ban, Labour has brought in a new Animal Welfare Act, banned fur factory farming, driftnet fishing (which helps protect dolphins and sea birds) and the … Continue reading
The Grumpy Vegan rates very highly Erik Marcus, his books and his Web site. He goes a great service for veganism. Don’t always agree with him, which is true of everyone, so, what’s new? But every now and then Erik … Continue reading
Remember the Annual Fur Pantomime? Well, it turns out, Pantogoers, that the fur trade isn’t having such a good time after all. Wayne Pacelle’s recent blog included a link to the Nosey, sorry, Sandy Parker Report, which reports on the … Continue reading
Let me be candid: By and large, meat-eaters are a self-righteous bunch. Animal, Vegetable, Miserable by Gary Steiner